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34 years ago today, January 11th 1982, was also a Monday. It had been cold, and in the early afternoon, it began to warm up. Around 4 PM, it started to snow. Everyone panicked. It took me over six hours to get from Perimeter Center to Stone Mountain. And thus the first SnowJam was born.
It’s Day One of the 40 day Georgia General Assembly session. Here’s a preview of what might happen.
Not familiar with some of the terms you might hear while at the Gold Dome? James Salzer has a li’l hep.